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This letter to the Ministry of the Environment provides our comments on the proposed Carbon Trading Regulations.

Author: Carlson, Deborah; Gage, Andrew
Publication Date: December 2010
Pages: 8

The Clean Energy Act (the “Act”) is the government’s attempt to find a way forward in the renewable electricity sector, which has been rife with heated debate and community opposition.

Author: West Coast Environmental Law
Publication Date: May 2010
Pages: 6

The Site C Dam project proposal engages the jurisdiction and lawful authority of Treaty 8 First Nations. Both the BC and federal governments have a constitutional duty to consult and accommodate Treaty 8 First Nations in making decisions about the project.

Author: West Coast Environmental Law
Publication Date: May 2010
Pages: 5

The Site C Dam will be subject to both provincial and federal government environmental and regulatory processes. These processes are unlikely to stop the Site C Dam from being built, even given the project’s severe environmental, social and cultural impacts.

Author: West Coast Environmental Law
Publication Date: May 2010
Pages: 7

On March 23rd, 2010 several First Nations peoples of the Central and North Pacific Coast and Haida Gwaii (the “Coastal First Nations”) issued an unequivocal declaration banning Tar Sands crude oil tanker traffic from their territories.

Author: West Coast Environmental Law
Publication Date: March 2010
Pages: 6

Today West Coast provided comments on Metro Vancouver’s latest draft of a new Regional Growth Strategy (RGS), entitled Metro Vancouver 2040: Shaping Our Future ( November 2009 draft).

Author: West Coast Environmental Law
Publication Date: February 2010
Pages: 9

Transparency, collaboration, public participation and better planning are key to developing broadly acceptable laws and policies for renewable electricity generation in British Columbia, including “Independent Power Projects”, or IPPs.

Author: West Coast Environmental Law
Publication Date: January 2010
Pages: 13